DART Board Director Spotlight – Randall Bryant

Randall Bryant - DART Board of Directors
Posted on May 22, 2024 by By DART President & CEO Nadine S. Lee, Leading Mobility newsletter

This month, we introduce the newest member of the DART Board of Directors – Randall Bryant. The Dallas City Council appointed Randall to the board in late March to replace outgoing board member Jon-Bertrell Killen. He has been actively involved in meetings since early April.

Randall is the founder and chief executive officer of Politics United Marketing, a firm that supports campaigns and referendums on the local, state, and federal level. The company has represented public entities, large and small corporations, political campaigns, and non-profits, and specializes in demographic studies and redistricting, public relations, government affairs, zoning and land use, and political consulting.

Additionally, Randall is currently the chair of the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, which serves as an advocate for the creation, growth, and general welfare of African American businesses in the Dallas community. He represents the chamber as a member of the Dallas Citizens Council and as a board member of the North Texas Commission.

He is also the Dallas County Chair of the North Central Texas Health Facilities Development Corporation. The organization provides a tax-exempt financing vehicle for hospitals and other healthcare facilities to improve the quality of care available to Dallas County citizens. 

Randall told us that he wanted to serve on the DART Board “to ensure equitable public transportation options continue to exist and grow for all residents and tourists within our member cities, from those who are DART-dependent to those who are leisurely riders.”

He said, “We know that when DART operates at its most efficient level, it greatly reduces traffic congestion and stimulates economic development opportunities by connecting people to transit-oriented developments and job hubs. I remain committed to furthering our community’s participation within DART’s master plans, while ensuring protections are incorporated that reduce our environmental impacts and overall utilization of raw energy.” 

We are excited to have Randall’s fresh perspective on the DART Board where I know he will continue to advocate for Dallas residents and minority communities.

Director Randall Bryant made remarks at the DART Bike to Work Day event at Akard Station.


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